International Data Base


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International Data Base

An office under the U.S. Census Bureau that compiles and maintains information on the global population. It has information on the population for the world's largest countries from 1950 to the present. It also researches trends such as birth rates and death rates.
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Census Bureau's International Data Base shows the populations of the 32 participating countries in this year's FIFA World Cup and past champions.
1) A comprehensive, up-to-date, international data base of more than
One of these was no less than the European Parliament, which insisted in June of 1990 that INTERPOL be excluded from access to the new international data base being established by several European countries.
TSX: MDF), a world-leading developer of e-business networks and provider of complete e-business solutions, announced today that it has completed the purchase of International Data Base Corporation ("IDBC"), a leading US-based government bid aggregation and e-procurement service provider.
June 23 /PRNewswire/ -- International Data Base Corporation's BidNet Division announced today its new Internet services for companies selling to the multi-billion dollar state and local government market.
In addition, Newfield will acquire certain rights and data relating to offshore West Africa, a small technical staff, and an international data base.
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